Average (311) Ratings: 4.4 Hearts

Expert Ratings: 95.5/100 points

Wine Description

The Tête de Cuvée that put Moët et Chandon on the Champagne map, this Dom Perignon is from the 2005 vintage which was a challenging harvest that yielded only about half of the normal crop. As a result, cellar master, Richard Geoffroy, used more Chardonnay than usual and it underscores the vibrant acidity of this very fine wine. Richard describes it as follows, "on the palate it is powerful, structured and dense, with an intriguingly spicy flower finish.”